If you use Microsoft Outlook as your email client at some point you may look for a problem to develop resulting in failure of your Microsoft Outlook inbox. The inbox is a folder as part of the larger PST file. This Microsoft Outlook PST file is actually a kind of simple database that can be written to as a means of storing email messages and other settings. Settings might include custom stationery for emails or scheduling tasks. The Microsoft Outlook application allows for dozens of different uses. For some reason Microsoft Outlook has always been prone to file corruption. Perhaps it is because the very nature of any e-mail client is to send and receive emails and that provides an avenue for virus susceptibility.
Whatever the cause may be, if and when your Microsoft Outlook inbox should be damaged and need repair, the entire process shifts to restoration of content into a working PST file. Corrupted PST repair is actually not a repair in the strictest sense. We repair PST damage by extracting from the current inoperable file all non-application data. That information is then migrated into a working PST file.